If any single area can lay claim to being the heart of Fukuoka, it is surely Tenjin. Here you will find the most prestigious ... More
If any single area can lay claim to being the heart of Fukuoka, it is surely Tenjin. Here you will find the most prestigious department stores and hotels, a wealth of eating and drinking opportunities, and the hub of the city's transportation network. For shopping, nothing can beat the Mitsukoshi, Daimaru and Vivre department stores. While in the IMS, Tenjin Core and Iwataya Z-side buildings there are literally hundreds of independent boutiques and franchise stores. Quality hotels in the area include the Nishitetsu Grand, the Solaria and the Tenjin Plaza hotels.
i been that place so many times,i love the place so much.and most of that very interesting people i meet,and some who hang in the place is young people.i love specially the fashion they wear every time.the place is so cool,i love to go again one of this future.
Tenjin is a pretty fun place. Lots of shopping and department stores, plenty of places to eat and drink, and a good place to just "people watch."
Fukuoka is famous for its ramen noodles. If you see a vendor cart set up on the street, you must try a bowl.
The Fukuoka Dome resembles something from a futuristic movie set, having been the first retractable roof stadium in Japan. Now
it is home to the Daiei Hawks professional baseball team. Hot dogs and beer are de rigueur inside, but ...
This traditional Japanese garden was created in 1984 on the 50th anniversary of Ohori koen's completion. Sand, rock and sculpted
pine trees combine to produce an "Old Japan" feel in this, the Centre of modern Fukuoka City. Admission is ...
Tucked away deep in the heart of Nakasu kawabata, this small museum dedicated to a fleeting age in Japanese history
is a great destination for history buffs. The building itself is one of the few structures in Fukuoka that ...